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Webinar: Tethered Drones, A Critical Component of Tactical Telecommunications

About this event

Two Experts in Tactical Telecommunication will share their opinion on the use of tethered drones as tactical aerial telecommunications relays.

Meet our guests, Blair Hickey, Managing Director at Omega Dev Group, and Mark A Stone, C4/ISR Business Rep/SME at Federal Resources and see how tethered drones are a force multiplier for frontline operations.

Mark and Blair are seasoned special operations communicators from the United States and Australia with extensive deployed experience.

Ask your questions live on the chat application to our guests and our host Ryan Jarvis, North American Defense Program Manager at Elistair | Naval Special Operations Veteran.

Webinar Agenda:

  • Introducing Elistair by Ryan Jarvis: 5 minutes
  • Introducing Blair Hickey and Mark A Stone: 5 minutes
  • Feedback from Blair and Mark based on their field experience with Tactical comms: 20 minutes
  • Questions - Answers with the participants: 15 minutes

Registration is open until 08/25/2021

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Blair Hickey Managing Director @ Omega Dev Group

    Blair Hickey is currently focusing on a C4 edge project and upcoming Australian Defence projects with elements of tactical communication integration. He was in the Australian Defence Force for over a decade as reconnaissance in a parachute battalion and then as an operator within Special Forces.

  • Guest speaker
    Mark Stone Business Development and tactical communications integration projects @ Federal Resources

    Mark Stone, currently a C4ISR team member at Federal Resources working on Business Development and tactical communications integration projects. Mark was a special forces communicator for 25 years and has extensive tactical communications experience across the state/local, FedGov, and DoD sector.


The Tethered Drone Company

Founded in 2014 and headquartered in France, Elistair develops tethered drones and powered tethering stations for third-party drones, turning small multi-rotor vehicles into airborne platforms for persistent surveillance and high-speed telecommunications.